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      • Parks (2)
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      • Kula, United States (1)
      • Scottsdale, United States (1)
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      • Chicago, United States (1)
      • Norwood Park, Chicago, United States (1)
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      • Chincoteague, United States (1)
      • Midtown East, New York, United States (1)
      • Tacoma, United States (1)
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      Mall of AmericaJuly 21, 2011
      Mall
      • Bloomington, United States

      Remember to pace yourself—if you spent just 10 minutes in each MOA store, it would take 86 hours to experience them all.(pg. 545)

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      Pu‘u ‘ula‘ula (Haleakalā Summit)July 21, 2011
      Volcano
      • Kula, United States

      10,023-foot Haleakala's dormant volcanic crater, 2,600 feet deep and 21 miles around is so big that the island of Manhattan could fit inside.(pg. 951)

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      The Boulders, A Waldorf Astoria ResortJuly 21, 2011
      Resort
      • Scottsdale, United States

      Covering 1,300 acres of Sonoran Desert, The Boulders Resort is nestled amid 12-million-year-old rock formations and towering cacti.(pg.682)

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      Kings Canyon National ParkJuly 21, 2011
      National Park
      • Sierra, United States

      The General Sherman, the largest single tree, is 2,500 years old, 270 feet high, and has a circumference of 103 feet.(pg. 859)

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      Superdawg Drive-InJuly 21, 2011
      Hot Dogs
      • Chicago, United States

      The uninitiated should bear one thing in mind: Ketchup is taboo at this classic drive-in (though they will give it to you if you ask).(pg. 493)

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      City of SavannahJuly 21, 2011
      City
      • United States

      Welcome to the largest Nat'l Historic Landmark District: 2.5 square miles hold more than 2,300 significant colonial and Victorian homes and buildings.(pg. 248)

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      Chincoteague National Wildlife RefugeJuly 21, 2011
      Other Outdoors
      • Chincoteague, United States

      The southern 1/3 of Assateague Island holds the wildlife refuge famous for the scruffy wild ponies that are its charming draw (technically, they’re stunted horses and not true ponies).(pg. 118)

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      Museum of GlassJuly 21, 2011
      Art Museum
      • Tacoma, United States

      The heart of the museum is the Hot Shop, a 90-foot-tall, 100-foot-wide amphitheater where visitors can watch teams of artists blowing glass amidst colorful Chihuly displays. (pg. 903)

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      Forest ParkJuly 21, 2011
      Park
      • St Louis, United States

      Birthplace of the club sandwich and iced tea, this 1,370-acre urban park dwarfs New York City’s Central Park by 500 acres. (pg. 460)

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      Aburiya KinnosukeJuly 11, 2009
      Japanese
      • New York, United States

      try the beef tongue - delicious.

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